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the plane went missing. nbc's tom costello reports. >> reporter: malaysia airlines are telling the family members of the missing to leave their hotels and return home to await more news. the five-page report provides a time line of events and it raises new questions about what took so long to launch a search for the plane after it was reported missing. >> malaysian 370. thank you. >> reporter: for the first time we're hearing the voice from the cockpit as flight 370 communicated with malaysian controllers. >> 370, kuala lumpur. 13269. >> reporter: family members have also heard the recordings. we don't know if it's captainza h -- the captain or the co-pilot. >> malaysian 370. >> malaysian 370 contact ho chi minh 120.99. >> reporter: at 1:21 a.m., the plane disappeared from radar but not until 1:38 a.m. did vietnamese controllers tell malaysia the plane was missing, then another four hours before the malaysian search and rescue center was activated. far too long, say safety experts who insist searchers would have been launched far sooner in the u.s. >> i think when you dissect that four-ho
's all from the nikkei business report. >> thanks for that. our guest is on the line from malaysia. what's your reaction to this, the profit estimate slashed by more than two-thirds, because of more costs associated with the pc division. >> you know, the good news is they're beginning to get out of this business. and there are good news coming out of its smartphone business as well as of its play station 4, which has done extremely well. the tough part is, they continue to have the television part of the business which is also equally structured. so we have yet to see significant change which can change over the forecast that sony is on its way to a strong recovery. >> you talk about the electronics division. tvs have lost $7.8 billion over ten consecutive years. how are they beginning to turn that around? >> i think they were forced to take a position. they need to stay in that business. it's a lot harder. we cannot see that business innovation coming which will help it to be more effectively rid lower cost manufacturers be it from korea or china. they have to be able to take that posit
market securities in asia, markets like thailand, singapore, malaysia, vietnam. and i made some investments more than a year ago in iraq. because it's very cheap. lots of problems. but the market is very, very inexpensive. and so some markets have corrected meaningfully to the downside, say even after the recent rise india in dollar terms is still down something like 35% from its peak. russia is dirt cheap. i don't think there's a hurry to buy russian stocks. >> no, no. not until we have a little bit more clarity, perhaps. mark, good to have you on the show. you'll stick around. mark farber, publisher of the boom, gloom and doom report. do you agree with mark? is there potential for a bigger correction? get in touch with us, e-mail worldwide@cnbc.com, @cnbcwex or @rosswestgate. >>> we'll discuss what's next for the social media giant, twitter. >>> to qe or not to qe. that seems to be one of the questions. the figure for eurozone inflation comes out in around 45 minutes. could have a big bearing on what the ecb does or doesn't do. >>> cnbc hits the catwalk. we catch up with super
the course of my trip, japan, south korea, malaysia and now the philippines, their message has been the same everywhere i go, which is they would like to resolve these issues peacefully and diplomatically. >> u.s. president barack obama there talking about fresh sanctions against russia. let's come back to our top story here and get the perspective from alstom and how the french are dealing with this competing offer from siemens with one on the table from ge. stephane, isn't this nearly a change of bedmates? >> reporter: france is not that close to international investors. recently we had a deal, last week between the publicist and a almacon, we will discuss that next with our guest here, thank you very much for being with us. do you have the feeling that the government is two dimensional? >> i don't think so. i think france is believing in free markets. we are a country that is open to international investors. france is a great place to invest, so, no, i don't think the government is. they are vocal, which is quite normal. we are in france, so you have to play by the ruling. >> reporter: le
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